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信心成就一切,当你真正自信时,它就像灿烂的阳光一样从你身上散发出来,就像磁铁一样将成功吸引到你身上Nothing succeeds lacks confidence.When you are truly confident,it radiates from you like sunlight,and attracts success to you like a magnet.It's important to believe in yourself.Believe that you can do it under any circumstances,because if you believe you can,then you really will.The belief keeps you searching answers,which means that pretty soon you will get them.Confidence is more than an attitude. It comes from knowing exactly where you are going and exactly how you are going to get there. It comes from acting with integrity and confidence.It comes from a strong sense of purpose.It comes from a strong commitment to take responsibility,rather than just letting life happen.One way to develop self-confidence is to do the thing you fear and to get a record of successful experiences behind you.Confidence is compassionate and understanding.It is not arrogant. Arrogance is born out of fear and insecurity,while confidence comes from strength and integrity.Confidence is not just believing you can do it. Confidence is knowing you can do it.Know that you are capable of accomplishing anything you want,and live your life with confidence.Anything can be achieved through focused,determined eft and self-confidence.If your life is not what you want it to be,you have the power to change it,and you must make the changes on a moment by moment basis. Live your priorities. Live with your goals and your plan of action. Live each moment with your priorities in mind. Act with your own purpose,and you will have the life you want. 3519

The best friend a man has in the world may turn against him and become his enemy. His son or daughter that he has reared with loving care may prove ungrateful. Those who are nearest and dearest to us, those whom we trust with our happiness and our good name may become traitors to their faith.The money that a man has, he may lose. It flies away from him, perhaps when he needs it most. A man's reputation may be sacrificed in a moment of ill-considered action. The people who are prone to fall on their knees to do us honor when success is with us, may be the first to throw the stone of malice when failure settles its cloud upon our heads.The one absolutely unselfish friend that man can have in this selfish world, the one that never deserts him, the one that never proves ungrateful or treacherous is his dog. A man's dog stands by him in prosperity and in poverty, in health and in sickness. He will sleep on the cold ground, where the wintry winds blow and the snow drives fiercely, if only he may be near his master's side. He will kiss the hand that has no food to offer.He will lick the wounds and sores that come in encounters with the roughness of the world. He guards the sleep of his pauper master as if he were a prince. When all other friends desert, he remains. When riches take wings, and reputation falls to pieces, he is as constant in his love as the sun in its journey through the heavens.If tune drives the master th, an outcast in the world, friendless and homeless, the faithful dog asks no higher privilege than that of accompanying him, to guard him against danger, to fight against his enemies. And when the last scene of all comes, and death takes his master in its embrace and his body is laid away in the cold ground, no matter if all other friends pursue their way, there by the graveside will the noble dog be found, his head between his paws, his eyes sad, but open in alert watchfulness, faithful and true even in death. 3

Roll Away the StoneI enjoy life because I am endlessly interested in people and their growth. My interest leads me to widen my knowledge of people, and this in turn compels me to believe in the common goodness of mankind. I believe that the normal human heart is born good. That is, it’s born sensitive and feeling, eager to be approved and to approve, hungry simple happiness and the chance to live. It neither wishes to be killed, nor to kill. If through circumstances, it is overcome by evil, it never becomes entirely evil. There remain in it elements of good, however recessive, which continue to hold the possibility of restoration. I believe in human beings, but my faith is without sentimentality. I know that in environments of uncertainty, fear, and hunger, the human being is dwarfed and shaped without his being aware of it, just as the plant struggling under a stone does not know its own condition. Only when the stone is removed can it spring up freely into the light. But the power to spring up is inherent, and only death puts an end to it. I feel no need any other faith than my faith in human beings. Life Confucius of old, I am absorbed in the wonder of earth, and the life upon it, and I cannot think of heaven and the angels. I have enough this life. If there is no other life, than this one has been enough to make it worth being born, myself a human being. With so profound a faith in the human heart and its power to grow toward the light, I find here reason and cause enough hope and confidence in the future of mankind. The common sense of people will surely prove to them someday that mutual support and cooperation are only sensible the security and happiness of all. Such faith keeps me continually y and purposeful with energy to do what one person can towards shaping the environment in which the human being can grow with freedom. This environment, I believe, is based upon the necessity security and friendship. I take heart in a promising fact that the world contains food supplies sufficient the entire earth population. Our knowledge of medical science is aly sufficient to improve the health of the whole human race. Our resources and education, if administered on a world scale, can lift the intelligence of the race. All that remains is to discover how to administer upon a world scale, the benefits which some of us aly have. In other words, to return to my simile, the stone must be rolled away. This too can be done, as a sufficient number of human beings come to have faith in themselves and in each other. Not all will have such faith at the same moment, but there is a growing number who have the faith. Half a century ago, no one had thought of world food, world health, world education. Many are thinking today of these things. In the midst of possible world war, of wholesale destruction, I find my only question this are there enough people now who believe? Is there time enough left the wise to act? It is a contest between ignorance and death, or wisdom and life. My faith in humanity stands firm. 636

就为了今天,我将不再害怕尤其我不会再害怕享受美丽的事物,并且相信我给予世界的,世界也会给予我 Just today Just today I will try to live through this day only and not tackle my whole life problem at once. I can do something twelve hours that would appall me if I had to keep it up a lifetime. Just today I will be happy. This assumes to be true what Abraham Lincoln said,that "Most folks are as happy as they make up their minds to be." Just today I will adjust myself to what is, and not try to adjust everything to my own desires. I will take my "luck" as it comes. Just today I will try to strengthen my mind. I will study. I will learn something useful. I will not be a mental loafer. I will something that requires eft, thought and concentration. Just today I will exercise my soul in three ways. I will do somebody a good turn and not get found out If anybody knows of it, it will not count. I will do at least two things I don't want to do—just exercise. I will not show anyone that my feelings are hurt they may be hurt, but today I will not show it. Just today I will be agreeable. I will look as well as I can, dress becomingly, talk low, act courteously, criticize not one bit,and try not to improve or regulate anybody but myself. Just today I will have a program, I may not follow it exactly, but I will have it. I will save myself from two pests hurry and indecision. Just today I will have a quiet half hour all by myself and relax. During this half hour, sometime, I will try to get a better perspective of my life. Just today I will be unafraid. Especially I will not be afraid to enjoy what is beautiful,and to believe that as I give to the world, so the world will give to me. 83877

Stress and RelaxationIt is commonly believed that only rich middle-aged businessmen suffer from stress.In fact anyone may become ill as a result of stressif they experience a lot of worry over a long periodand their health is not especially good.Stress can be a friend or an enemyit can warn you that you are under too much pressure and should change your way of life.It can kill you if you don’t notice the warning signals.Doctors agree that it is probably the biggest single cause of illness in the Western world.When we are very frightened and worriedour bodies produce certain chemicals to help us fight what is troubling us.Untunately, these chemicals produce the energy needed to run away fast from an object of fear,and in modern life that’s often impossible.If we don’t use up these chemicals, or if we produce too many of them,they may actually harm us.The parts of the body that are most affected by stress are the stomach, heart,skin, head and back.Stress can cause car accidents, heart attacks, and alcoholism, and may even drive people to suicide.Our living and working conditions may put us under stress.Overcrowding in large cities, traffic jams, competition jobs, worry about the future,any big changes in our lives, may cause stress.Some British doctors have pointed out thatone of Britain’s worst waves of influenza happened soon after the new coins came into use.Also if you have changed jobs or moved house in recent monthsyou are more likely to fall ill than if you haven’t.And more people commit suicide in times of inflation.As with all illnesses, prevention is better than cure.If you find you can’t relax, it is a sign of danger.“When you’re taking work home, when you can’t enjoy an evening with friends,when you haven’t time outdoor exercise—that is the time to stop and ask yourself whether your present life really suits you.”Says one family doctor.“Then it’s time to join a relaxation class,or take up dancing, painting or gardening.”

我们人类之所以优于动物,是因为人拥有自觉控制自身需求与欲望的能力 What Are People Good One's beliefs are revealed not so much in words or in mal creeds as in the assumptions on which one habitually acts and in the basic values by which all choices are tested.  The cornerstone of my own value system was laid in childhood with parents who believed that personal integrity came first. They never asked, ”What will people think?” The question was,“What will you think of yourself, if you do this or fail to do that?” Thus, living up to one’s own conception of one’s self became a basic value, and the question, “What will people think,” took a subordinate place.  A second basic value, in some ways an extension of the first, I owe to an old college professor, who had suffered more than his share of grief and trouble. Over and over he said to us, “The one thing that really matters is to be bigger than the things that can happen to you. Nothing that can happen to you is half so important that the way in which you end it.”  Gradually I realized that here was the basis of the only really security and peace of mind that a human being can have. Nobody can be sure when disaster, disappointment, injustice, or humiliation, may come to him through no fault of his own. Nor can one be guaranteed against one’s own mistakes and failures. But the way we meet life is ours to choose. And when integrity, titude, dignity, and compassion are our choice, the things that can happen to us lose their power over us.   The acceptance of these two basic values led to a third. If what one is and how one meets life are of first importance, one is not impressed by another's money, status, or power, nor does one judge people by their race, color, or social position. This opens up a whole new world of relationships, when friendships are based on qualities of mind and character, one can have friends among old and young, rich and poor, famous and unknown, educated and unlettered, and among people of all races and all nations.  Given these three basic values, a fourth became inevitable. It is one's duty and obligation to help create a social order in which persons are more important than things, ideas more precious than gadgets, and in which individuals are judged on the basis of personal worth. Moreover, this judgment to be fair, human beings must have an opporty the fullest development of which they are capable. One is thus led to work a world of freedom and justice through those social agencies and institutions which make it possible people everywhere to realize their highest potentialities.   Perhaps all this adds up to a belief in what has been called the human use of human beings. We are set off from the rest of the animal world by our capacity consciously to transcend our physical needs and desires. Men must concern themselves with food and with other physical needs, and they must protect themselves and their own from bodily harm, but these activities are not exclusively human. Many animals concern themselves with these things. When we worship, pray, or feel compassion, when we enjoy a painting, a sunset or a sonata, when we think and reason, pursue ideas, seek truth, or a book, when we protect the weak and helpless, when we honor the noble and cherish the good, when we cooperate with our fellow men to build a better world, our behavior is worthy of our status as human beings 978


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